We are feeling the need to BBQ and dig the style of this one made by Barbeques Galore and Porsche Design Studio that was 2 years in the making. The X-Series has four infrared burners with 52,000 BTUs and claims 80% less flare-ups and 50% less fuel usage. The grill also has an LCD temperature display with remote probe, motorized rotisserie and an insulated double wall hood. With a price of $5,999.00, you know you are going to get a lifetime warranty. For $84,99.00 you also get concealed cupboards and a stainless steel finish.
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It’s almost barbecue season, so this year get in the mood with music to go with your kabobs. The miGrill provides 8,500 BTUs for cooking and a built-in 2 speaker module with volume control that can handle any MP3 player. Available in red, black or silver, the 17 1/2 x 24-inch tabletop grill has a porcelain-enameled water pan and matchless light burners. Propane is not included but a 110V/60HZ adapter is with the $129.99 price tag.
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Now you can play Japanese Chef with the Grill n Table. Six students in Quebec teamed up to design this prototype that combines an aluminum grill with wooden patio furniture. The group, known as the Dial_6 Faction, were told to create something to “encourage” the use of aluminum. The table will seat up to eight diners who can watch the master/mistress of the house prepare dinner and chat at the same time. Just watch out for cooks who like to toss their burgers.
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